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VP of Network Operations


This is a Full-time position in Nacogdoches, TX posted May 12, 2021.

BetterUp was created to unlock the potential, passion and purpose in every person.

We help managers lead better, teams perform better, and employees increase their mental wellbeing.

Our product is powered by science, coaching, and AI-driven technology designed to deliver delightful, personalized experiences.

We’re already transforming the way companies approach supporting their people at high-performing organizations like NASA, Genentech, Mars, Salesforce, and ServiceNow.

Let’s build together!

The VP of Network Operations is a key leadership position for our rapidly growing organization.

The right individual will bring extensive leadership, customer-centricity and operational expertise to enable us to scale globally.

This role is responsible for the end-to-end execution of our network operations, including coach enablement, coach development, and customer care.

Passion for human potential and building high-performing teams is required.

You’ll have the opportunity to work with the brightest scientists, operators, and technologists that are redefining human potential in the workplace.

Strategic Planning.

Collaborate with executive leadership on determining areas of investment and building teams that are equipped to deliver on BetterUp’s long-term mission.

Cross-functional leadership.

Partner with Product, Engineering, Programs, Studios, and Labs to design and deliver a world-class customer experience.

Network Growth.

Partner closely with Sales, Account Management and Customer Success to effectively meet the needs of our enterprise partners by strategically growing BetterUp’s coaching network.

Coach Experience.

Lead team driving engagement of a growing global community of BetterUp Coaches, ensuring that BetterUp continues to build an irresistible place to practice coaching.

Outcomes Optimization.

Shape cross-functional teams from Analytics, Labs, Engineering, and Coach Development to leverage the strengths of our community and technology platform in the interest of driving consistent positive outcomes for members.

Customer Care.

Oversee the ongoing growth and capabilities of a global customer care team that serves enterprise partners, members and BetterUp Coaches.

Hire and develop for Craftsmanship.

Build a diverse team of passionate, mission-oriented professionals committed to delivering customer experiences of the highest standard.

If you have some or all of the following please apply: 
10+ years of management experience Experience in marketplace technology platforms, education or health and wellness preferred MBA, MS preferred Prior experience with a mix of startups and mature organizations
We provide amazing benefits, but if you ask the team, they’ll tell you that the greatest benefit we offer employees is an incredibly meaningful mission and transformative work.

Full coverage medical, dental and vision insurance Unlimited use, at your own discretion, vacation policy Professional development through BetterUp coaching for you and a significant other 401(k) self contribution A competitive compensation plan with opportunity for advancement
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